Through the flood of 51B's coming in, I recently picked up a notable hall of famer to spotlight. It cost me $18 + $1 shipping + $1.33 tax = $20.33 total. It lists for $200 BV in my 2018 Beckett Almanac, but I see that in my June/July 2021 Beckett Vintage, it's now listed for only $120. I'm not sure I agree with the new listing here. A 40% price drop seems pretty significant. Perhaps a hidden gem. I also noticed that Whitey Ford #1 dropped from $2500 down to $1500. I think that is probably a more realistic drop. The excessively high price in the past was rumored to be because card #1's were destroyed by rubber bands, but it seems that the Whitey Ford RC received extra special attention. I could even see Ford's card dropping down to $1000, but in this current market, $1,500 may be reasonable. As far as Pee Wee Reese, I'm not so sure. I always thought that his cards were a little overpriced in comparison with other players of similar caliber due to the fact that he was willing to put his arm around Jackie Robinson. With the 40% price drop, I guess integration doesn't need him anymore. Only time will tell I guess. I also noticed that Bob Feller finally gained some respect. His cards always sold for more than twice BV, and Beckett is finally recognizing this fact by increasing his card from $120 to $200. Now I won't feel so bad seeking out some of his cards but I think his cards are still being undervalued by Beckett. Perhaps $300-$350 is more appropriate for his 51B.